- Myint Myint Khin
Myint Myint Khin
Myint Myint Khin in the late 1950s
Born Khin Kyi
13 August 1934
Thanlyin, Pegu Province
Years active 1949–1996 Spouse Khin Maung Nyunt (1956–2010) Children Tin Aye Myint (Thiri Kaykhaing), Khin Aye Myint, Aye Aye Myint, Swe Aye Myint (May Sweet), Le Yi Myint Parents U Po Min and Daw Saw Kyi Awards Chit Nyima (1957)
Phyay Shaw Khway (1958)
Mohn Ba De, Maung Go (1973)
Mha Ta-Ba A-Cha Ma-Shi-Bi (1980)
Myitmo Taung Oo Ma
Ka Kyu-Tha (1996)
Myint Myint Khin (Burmese: မြင့်မြင့်ခင်, pronounced [mjɪ̰ɴ mjɪ̰ɴ kʰɪ̀ɴ]; nicknamed Baby; born Khin Kyi [kʰɪ̀ɴ tɕì] on 13 August 1934) is a five-time Myanmar Academy Award winning Burmese film actress. She is considered one of the most talented actors of Burmese cinema. She is also the mother of well known singer and actress May Sweet.
Myint Myint Khin was born Khin Kyi to Daw Saw Kyi and U Po Min, in Thanlyin in 1934, during the waning days of the British colonial era in Myanmar. She attended a Yangon convent school up to seventh standard. She made her film debut in 1949 with Maya Shin. Not only was she one of the main leading actresses in the 1950s, Myint Myint Khin went on to win multiple (five) Burmese academy awards in her nearly five-decade-long career—a feat still unmatched among Burmese actresses.
In her heyday in the 1950s, Myint Myint Khin also dabbled into a singing career and achieved moderate success. Her most famous hit, Naban Hsan, does remain a Burmese standard, having been covered numerous times by later singers, most famously by her singer daughter May Sweet.
Myint Myint Khin has retired from the movie industry and lives in Yangon. She has five daughters. Her longtime husband Khin Maung Nyunt died in February 2010.
- Tin Aye Myint (Thiri Kaykhaing)
- Khin Aye Myint
- Aye Aye Myint
- Swe Aye Myint (May Sweet)
- Le Yi Myint
- Maya Shin (1949)
- Chit Nyima (1957)
- Phyay Shaw Khway (1958)
- Mohn Ba De, Maung Go (1973)
- Mha Ta-Ba A-Cha Ma-Shi-Bi (1980)
- Myitmo Taung Oo Ma Ka Kyu-Tha (1996)
- ^ Khin Thiri Kyaw (August 2007). "Nabanhsan's Memoirs". People Magazine, Myanmar. http://www.people.com.mm/starbio_view.cfm?id=6328&parent=6326&sec=9.
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